This kit has all the documents our Last Will & Testament kit except the Will.
The Power of Attorney, General (With Durable Provisions) is a "general power of attorney" or sometimes called a “Financial Power of Attorney”. The document is primarily intended to give your named agent the power to deal with your assets in the event of your incapacity; however, this document gives your agent broad powers to dispose of, sell, convey and encumber your real and personal property.
All adults have the right to make decisions about their health care. They are given the right to accept or reject medical or surgical treatment after being informed of their options. Health care decisions can be made by the adult or by an agent they appointed to make decisions when they are not capable of making the decision at the time. This form also allows the agent to sign consents, releases with hospitals and/or doctors.
Forms used for health care matters vary from State to State, but generally are one or more of the following: Living Will, Health Care Directive, Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care, health care proxy and others. A Living Will may also be called a Living Will Declaration, Health Care Declaration, Health Care Directive, Advance Health Care Directive, or Health Care Proxy. Sometimes you will see the form named Statutory Living Will or Statutory Health Care Directive. This document gives your named Attorney-In-Fact the power to make medical decisions regarding life support or no life support.
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Power of Attorney, please see Estate Planning Services .